The woman behind Dr Frankenstein
This month’s film at Geldeston Village Hall is “Mary Shelley” (Wednesday, 24 October at 2 pm and 7 pm):
“When 16-year-old Mary Godwin runs away with poet Percy Shelley, her family are horrified. Young and passionately in love, at first, she relishes life amongst the radical Romantics. … one day, on a trip to Lord Byron’s mansion in Geneva, Mary is challenged to write a ghost story ….”
Go to http://www.geldeston.org/films/ for a preview and more information.
The ticket prices for afternoon (£6) and evening (£5) include refreshments. Part of the takings from the two shows are donated to the “School for Peace” in the Congo and to Village Hall Funds, respectively.
Please note – Tickets are only sold on the door
Contact Brian Norman firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.